Protester yells 'fascist' at Stephen Miller dining in Mexican restaurant

Alonzo Simpson
June 23, 2018

Splinter News says anyone who retweeted its tweet which first listed the phone number - that included Lynum's invitation for Miller to prove his immigration chops - were banned from Twitter as punishment for tweeting Miller's phone number.

Those who want someone to blame for this mess should look no further than the White House's own white nationalist senior advisor Stephen Miller.

Last month, the Trump administration made a decision to begin criminally prosecuting almost all illegal border crossers, tightening up a policy that had in the past been more discretionary and lenient to illegal immigrants. When the "zero tolerance" policy came to light, many reportedly suspected that Miller had something to do with it; indeed, as The New York Times reported over the weekend, Miller was instrumental in bringing the policy about. "The message is that no one is exempt from immigration law". ".Donald Trump is put in a awful situation.because the permanent political class in this city has not wanted to address this".

In recent days Trump has tweeted several times about the policy, outlining on Friday a list of anti-immigration demands that Congress must meet in order to end the forcible separation of families"-drawing comparisons to a ransom note as thousands of children are detained".

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Many Republicans have voiced concerns about the president's "zero-tolerance" policy at the border which led to the separating of families and the detaining of young children and babies.

Even as criticism and opposition to the family separation policy grows, Politico reported that Miller and other aides have been planning increased immigration raids and other actions in the lead-up to the 2018 midterms. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and later with Jeff Sessions, the Alabama senator who is now attorney general.

"Stephen actually enjoys seeing those pictures at the border", an outside White House adviser said.

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